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mystique

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmystiquemys‧tique /mɪˈstiːk/ noun [uncountable]  MYSTERIOUSa quality that makes someone or something seem mysterious, exciting, or special Some of the mystique surrounding the presidency has gone forever.
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mystiqueBoth cut to pieces anything animal in their path, and both have acquired a mystique of terror in their own land.Our first five were great players, they had a mystique.Here they share an uneasy border with intuition and mystique.The romance and mystique surrounding coffee and tea remain primarily intellectual.Alice's mystique was enhanced by her height and good looks.Conceivably it contributed to the family's mystique.The picture loses the special mystique that historically it used to have.As winning happened, the mystique blossomed.It was part of the mystique, or so we thought.
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